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Does the program serve a specific population
No
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
Name
Information
Phone #
(785) 628-4303

Fort Hays State University is committed to the idea that the preparation of students for leadership is an essential component of the educational mission.

Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
US Citizen, 18-30, able to make 10-month commitment
Name
Information
Phone #
(202) 293-3969

Public Allies advances diverse young leaders to strengthen communities, nonprofits and civic participation.

Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
To qualify, applicants must be organizers of color with at least 10 years of experience residing in the US or its territories. Beyond the basic criteria, the Program seeks applicants whose work: • attacks root causes of injustice by organizing those affected to take collective action • challenges the systems that perpetrate injustice and effects institutional change • builds their community’s capacity for self-determination and develops grassroots leadership • acknowledges the cultural values of the community • creates accountable participatory structures in which community members have decision-making power • contributes to building a movement for social change by making connections between issues, developing alliances with other constituencies and collaborating with other organizations
Name
Information
Phone #
(410) 327-6220

The Alston/Bannerman Fellowship Program advances progressive social change by helping to sustain long-time activists of color.

Does the program serve a specific population
No
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
Name
Information
Phone #
(650) 234-9220

Started in 1993, the purpose of the program is to help journalists and commentators do the best possible job of keeping the public informed about health issues at a critical time in the evolution of t

What are the desired outcomes of the program?
To provide hight quality primary care to anyone who needs it.
Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
Under-insured/uninsured population needing health care. Urban and rural communities.
Name
Information
Phone #
(415) 561-6400

The enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights of every human being without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social conditio

Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
Youth, families, low to moderate income communities.
Name
Information
Phone #
(608) 256-3527

The organization accomplishes its goals through programs in the arts, business, community, housing and youth.

Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
Qualifications for Fellowship Nominees for a Switzer Environmental Fellowship must: • be a US citizen; • be enrolled in an accredited institution in California or New England; • have strong academic qualifications • Master’s degree candidates must have completed at least one semester of course work to apply and be seeking the Master’s as a terminal degree. Individuals enrolled in one-year Master’s Degree programs may be nominated prior to enrollment, but must be accepted into their program in order to be eligible for an interview. • Applicants at the PhD level must have completed at least two years of Doctoral course work to apply as a PhD candidate. Please note that PhD candidates with a clear research and career focus are more competitive than individuals who are still undecided or early in their academic program.
Name
Information
Phone #
(207) 338-5654

In 1986, the Robert and Patricia Switzer Foundation created the Switzer Environmental Fellowship Program to assist talented scholars dedicated to environmental problem solving and to encourage these h

Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
Nominees for a Petra award should display a combination of activism and thought, force of character, independence of judgment and clarity of expression. The nominee’s activities should be devoted to the cause of racial equality, with special emphasis on Native Americans and people of color; to the autonomy of individuals, groups, families and communities; and/or to freedom of speech, expression and thought. The nominee should be someone who is not widely recognized outside their community, does not have a strong institutional base of support and who has demonstrated a capacity to grow, take risks, overcome obstacles and make a significant contribution by leading, teaching or otherwise helping others. Please note that nominations should be made by someone other than the nominee and without the knowledge of the nominee. Most Petra Fellows reside in the United States.
Name
Information
Phone #
(212) 665-6673

Each year, through a national search and nomination process, the foundation honors four fellows who are working to advance justice, strengthen communities and insure freedom of speech and expression.

What are the desired outcomes of the program?
To increase civic engagement and the leadership capacities and commitments of young women.
Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
college-aged women.
Name
Information
Phone #
(510) 430-2192

ICL is an intensive one-semester program for college women that includes discipline-based study of the intellectual foundations of civic life and democracy, an internship in a community-service organi

Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
The target population for both programs is low income people, people of color, and/or new immigrants living in the metro area of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota.
Name
Joan Vanhala
Phone #
(612) 728-2079

Family & Children's Service has two leadership development programs: the Community Leadership Development Program (CLDP) and Together for Change.

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